Reviews and Problems with Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
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Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories
16 January 2007
Excerpt: The prospect of a full-fledged Grand Theft Auto game on a handheld is an exciting one. It’s also a dangerous undertaking as well. Succeed, and you’re hailed as a hero. Fail, and you’ve got a fan base of over a million gamers to answer to, many of whom are (at least if the media is to be believed)...
Summary: Liberty City Stories is the AAA title that shouts out why the PSP is the best handheld on the market and is the game that many people will buy it for. The game is almost identical to its console counterpart offering excellent free roaming gameplay still unrivaled by any game, there's a very good...
Excerpt: Rockstar's Grand Theft Auto series has established a standard for free-roaming gameplay in a massive gameworld on the home consoles over the past few years that has been often imitated without the same degree of success.
Pros: Huge gameworld with lots of missions, It's impressive that they squeezed this onto the PSP, Wi-Fi multiplayer
Cons: Suffers from slow down, Camera and lock-on are poor, Not really portable
Summary: Returning to the gritty streets of Liberty
City, the latest GTA title takes players back for a prequel of sorts to GTA III.
While you'd expect the game to be scaled back somewhat, the biggest surprise is that this has the depth, expansiveness and
free-form play you've come to expect from the series...
Excerpt: Four years after we got our first chance to walk the streets of Liberty City in 3D, the Grand Theft Auto series finally arrives on the PSP. It has new features, but is missing a few that were available in GTA3. In the end it delivers a free-roaming gamer's dream, GTA in the palm of your hand.
Excerpt: Genre: Action Publisher: Rockstar Games Developer: Rockstar North Release Date: October 25, 2005 Buy 'GTA: Liberty City Stories': PSP "The news is always going on about how video games are too violent.
Summary: This year the Grand Theft Auto series has come under a renewed battle waged by politicians, parent groups, and a certain Florida lawyer. These days it seems like Rockstar’s popular gangster-simulator is nothing more than a lightning rod for media attention; a poster-boy for everything that is wrong...